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Weber 32/36 on Swift 1.6 using Toyota Tercel Engine 3E kit
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Author:  SWIFTDOOG [ Tue Apr 22, 2014 2:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Weber 32/36 on Swift 1.6 using Toyota Tercel Engine 3E kit

Update:

After long test and riding (googling), this is the final jetting I got for the G16 with a weber:

Primary air jet: Before: 170, After: 160
Secondary air jet: Before: 160, After: 170

Primary Fuel Jet: Before: 140, After: 155
Secondary Fuel Jet: Before: 140, After; 150

You can advance the timing 1 or 2 degrees and will run better, I have it on 7 degrees.

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I can´t remember if I made a post about this, but here it goes, with youtube videos. Also applies for the 2E engine.

The thing is that certain cars share certain things, in my research (like 5 months I spent searching and looking at pictures)


Prior installation: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4OJRWzlA30[/youtube]

And Running: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzmZeowZwGQ[/youtube]

The thing is that if your Swift-Metro has that carburetor (the old one, that is actually the same that the Toyota Tercel uses)

[img]http://www.villagetoyotaparts.com/images/parts/toyota/fullsize/MAA707A.jpg[/img]
[img]http://res.cloudinary.com/saltside-production/image/private/t_large_ikman/c7bc9a70-79bd-11e2-98bb-12313b0619d6.jpg[/img]

Or easier, If your intake manifold has this form, then, the Weber Kit for the Toyota Tercel is an exact match

[img]http://cdn2.autopartsnetwork.com/images/catalog/brand/felpro/full/60686_P04_TOP.jpg[/img]

One thing that I have come with a little trouble is pcv valves, apparently they don´t sell the appropiate model for my car (even though they look correct), some may pass too much vacuum, other don´t, I am still awating for 2 FRAM that I bought recently on amazon, I hope these ones last longer. As I was saying, the car idles good, but the mixture screw goes 2 1/2 turns, withouth the pcv drawing vacuum (plugged), the screw goes 1 1/2 turns (since a new kit for the jets is out of the question until next year due to economy restrictions) I am inclined to think that the pcv is not the right one, or maybe I should connect it only to the valve cover instead of the Y connection between the air cleaner and the valve cover.

Also, since these are plastic pcv, they tend to die with heat (pretty hot place I live here), and they last less than a year, someone said that I could use a metalic pcv, but that I would need to find the right size for it and modify the place where is going to be installed.

Let the chat begging then  :D

Author:  BPires [ Thu Apr 24, 2014 5:44 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Weber 32/36 on Swift 1.6 using Toyota Tercel Engine 3E k

My carburetor is just like the one on that diagram. Can anyone tell me what other cars use that same carburetor?
It was really nice to find a rebuild kit for my carburetor or a new one.

My engine idles at 1600 rpm... to much air going in

Thanks.

Author:  SWIFTDOOG [ Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Weber 32/36 on Swift 1.6 using Toyota Tercel Engine 3E k

The cars:

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Also, the Toyota Starlet that is from 1998 I think, the hatckback model also uses that same carburetor, you can find the kits on ebay, but do a search for Toyota Tercel, since the Swift, nor Toyota went to the US with those carbs.

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